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 By PA Sport

Cesc Fabregas says Chelsea are still hungry, ready for title defence

Chelsea captain John Terry and defender Gary Cahill speak about facing Petr Cech after the keeper's move to Arsenal.

Cesc Fabregas can see his Chelsea teammates' desire for success is undiminished by winning the Premier League as Jose Mourinho's men bid to retain the title this term.

Since Mourinho led Chelsea to back-to-back titles in 2004-05 and 2005-06 only Manchester United, with three in a row until 2008-09, have successfully retained the Premier League title.

Mourinho believes Chelsea will face competition from United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal in their bid for another title.

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Wenger backed to rise above taunts

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger can easily brush off Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho's pre-season taunts, according to Martin Keown.

Former Arsenal defender Keown believes Mourinho knows full well Chelsea are in little position to accuse rivals of buying their way to the Premier League title given the Blues' history of big-spending under owner Roman Abramovich.

Wenger has not beaten Mourinho in 13 meetings between the two managers, who will lock horns once more in Sunday's Community Shield.

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Community Shield win vs. Arsenal can send a message - Chelsea's Gary Cahill

Former Chelsea man Frank Leboeuf insists that Chelsea will repeat as Premier League champions.

Gary Cahill wants Chelsea to lay down a marker in Sunday's Community Shield clash with Arsenal at Wembley.

The Premier League champions face the FA Cup winners in the season curtain-raiser, a week before the start of the season proper.

England defender Cahill played down the significance of the result at Wembley, but nevertheless wants a victory.

"It won't have an impact on the season as a whole, but it's a marker," Cahill said. "Every time you take to the field you want to win the game. It's a big...